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How much would i expect to pay for flood insurance and taxes for a home with ocean access?

  • February 12 2011 - Marathon
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http://www.fema.gov/news/newsrelease.fema?id=22641  This FEMA website should provide you with a good overview.  To obtain an answer on the taxes you need to contact the Assessor's office in Marathon.
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My second part did not show in my first post,so here it is:

Flood insurance:

Costs vary depending on how much insurance is purchased, what it covers, and the property's flood risk. All policy forms provide coverage for buildings and contents. However, you might want to discuss insuring personal property with your agent, since contents coverage is optional.
 

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Taxes:

If you purchase a home in Florida, you will pay ad valorem or "property" tax based on the taxable value of the property. Ad valorem taxes are assessed by the county property appraiser and collected annually by the county tax collector's office.
 

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